Chatham Election Day: Contested Races For Selectmen, School Committee

KA_Chatham_Main Street Shopping Stores Shops Road23_112415CHATHAM – Voters in Chatham are the latest on Cape Cod to head to the polls for annual town election, and will decide contested races for the Board of Selectmen and the Monomoy Regional School Committee.

There are two three-year terms available on the Board of Selectmen. Incumbent Jeffrey Dykens is running for re-election. Challengers Amanda Love and James “Buck” Upson round out the field.

One seat is available on the Monomoy Regional School Committeee. Incumbent Karen Ryder is challenged by Jacqueline Zibrat-Long.

There are 10 ballot questions, all of which pertain to town meeting approved amendments to Chatham’s charter.

Polls are open at the Chatham Community Center until 8 p.m.

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